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Photo listing : route signs

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No idea why this route sign ended up here - it's nowhere near a junction.

Route signs and temporary diversion signs for the Stockingfield canal towpath closure. Lots of leaves are rotting away, awaiting being swept off the Kelvin Walkway.

Signage relating to the Stockingfield Junction canal towpath closure for construction of a new bridge.

Permanent route signs and temporary diversion signs relating to the Stockingfield canal path closure, but who would know? The temporary diversion signs should be yellow. The canal towpath is open up to Stockingfield Junction, but only to ... [more]

Diversion signage for the Stockingfield canal path closure. The sign should be yellow. The diversion for city centre is rather lengthy from this direction, and those with local knowledge may be better going via Glenfinnan Road instead. The ... [more]

I was surprised to see this Scottish Canals branded route sign after the turn for Shakespeare Street, but it turns out it is part of a signed diversion due to the Stockingfield canal path closure, so it should be yellow. The diversion appro ... [more]

Bent signpost possibly caused by a passing high sided vehicle such as a van being driven without sufficient attention.

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Cambridge 2 1/4

Concrete Cows visible in the background.

Milton Keynes’ redway system. Sign is a bit faded but reads: Ahead to: Bradville Stantonbury Bancroft Behind to: Local Centre Bradwell Bradwell Common

Milton Keynes’ redway system. There are five cycle routes converging here!

Milton Keynes’ redway system. Left to: Bradwell Common Conniburrow Right to: Stantonbury Heelands Linford Wood Behind to: CMK 1 (Central Milton Keynes)

Milton Keynes’ redway system. Behind to: CMK 1 (Central Milton Keynes) Conniburrow Campbell Park Right to: Neath Hill Downs Barn Ahead to: Oakridge Park 1½

Route map at nodal point 22, Hoek van Holland

Route signs at nodal point 22, Hoek van Holland

Route map at nodal point 90, Eindhoven

Auf dem Marktplatz im Zentrum Marktoberdorfs fehlen Wegweiser zu den wichtigsten Zielen. Vgl. Wegweiser am Bahnhof. Wegweiser nach Süden, Gschlatt, Gwendt, Rieder, Füssen... durch Schützenstraße / Heelstraße. Wegweiser nach Bertholdh ... [more]

Banner for Baisikeli (see #38569) and route signs, Copenhagen

Danish route 4 turns right here to bypass central Roskilde

Start of the cross-border link to Padborg (Denmark)

Route signs (approximate location)

Route signs at crossroads north of Flensburg

Start of cycleway north from Flensburg

Route signs north of Flensburg

Left turn towards Padborg (Denmark)

Map of the Border Route from the Baltic to the North Sea

Guide to themed cycle routes in the Flensburg region

Route signs and shared space at the head of the Flensburg fjord

Route signs at the head of the Flensburg fjord

Route signs, Flensburg

Shared-use route in Flensburg and left turn sign to the town centre

Map of routes from the St.Pauli-Elbe Tunnel, Hamburg

Bremen cycle map

Route signs, Bremen

Route sign on riverside route, Bremen

Footpath and cycle route signs, Weener, Netherlands

Cycleway and route sign, Groningen

Nodal point 85, Groningen

Cycle route signage, Groningen

Route signs and crossing to the Vondelpark, Amsterdam

Route signs at the Amsterdam Centraal station ferry dock

Route signs at the Buiksloterweg ferry dock, Amsterdam

Map of ferry routes at the Pontsteiger ferry dock, Amsterdam

Routes into the Western Gasworks site (left) and towards Haarlem (right)

Route signs where the cycle route to Haarlem turns right

Deviation off the Haarlem-Amsterdam cycleway

Route sign between Haarlem and Amsterdam

Nodal point 22, Haarlem

Start of cut-off to Zandvoort and the beach

Nodal point 76 - and an annoying pair of lycra road cyclists rushing past.

Nodal point 16 between Leiden and Haarlem

Route signs on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg - turn right across the bridge then left

Nodal point 48 according to OpenCycleMap, but 68 according to some more local scheme (there's an official 68 close to #153995)

There are some extra nodal points (not shown on OpenCycleMap) on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg.

Nodal point 67, north of Leiden

Route signs north of Leiden

Route sign and cycle/pedestrian bridge, Leiden

Route sign at Leiden Central station

Nodal point 79, on the edge of Leiden

Junction to nodal point 47, between Den Haag and Leiden

Nodal point 46, between Den Haag and Leiden

Nodal point 46, between Den Haag and Leiden

Route signs and map at nodal point 34, between Den Haag and Leiden

Route map at nodal point 34, between Den Haag and Leiden

Route signs at nodal point 34, between Den Haag and Leiden - but I chose to go left, not right, towards Leiden, which is more direct.

Cycleway and sign towards nodal point 20, Den Haag

Route signs and wooden bike stands by the beach - this is marked as EuroVelo route 2, although the direct route just inland is far faster and easier.

Route signs on EuroVelo route 2 along the Dutch coast.

I'm not sure that is still the most obvious route to Rotterdam - there's a direct route east from the ferry terminal to nodal point 22.

I don't think there's a sign here for the cycle route to Harwich International ferry terminal

Access to the Harwich International ferry terminal - access to Harwich International railway station is not signed, but it's the next exit to the right, through a security post.

Junction on the cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

Sign at Dovercourt station for the route to Harwich International ferry terminal

Route signs on NCN route 51, Harwich

Two small signs where NCN route 51 turns left to leave Harwich

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

Sign to the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

Sign for NCN route 51 on Harwich's (very quiet) one-way system

NCN route 51 arrow opposite the pier for the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

Map of the cycle route from Harwich and Dovercourt to Harwich International ferry terminal (aka Parkeston Quay)

The cycle route signs refer to the north-south route behind the camera; the Residents Only sign refers to St Bernard's Road to the east, where a local campaign has put up lots of signs calling for traffic calming and a 20mph limit.

Slightly random sign to Crouch Hill from Tufnell Park station

Covid 19 popup cycleway route sign

Turn left here for the cycle route from Porthleven to Helston through the National Trust's Penrose estate

Route sign for NCN route 3 (eastbound)

There are two signs for NCN route 3 (east- and westbound) in amongst that lot.

Despite the council providing cycle signage at the canal access path at Campbell Street, the nearest dropped kerb is someone's driveway.

Signs needed for National Cycle Network route 68 and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal towpath.

Approaching the new 'Dutch-style' Fendon Road roundabout.

Map of cycle links from York station, on the link to the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route signs on NCN route 65, York

Route sign and link to York station from the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route signs on Dame Judi Dench Walk, York (NCN route 65)

Route signs on the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Junction of NCN route 65 (the Way of the Roses) and the loop through the National Trust's Beningbrough estate

Route signs on NCN route 688 (the Way of the Roses)

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